Saints return to Betfred Super League action on Monday as we face Hull FC back at the MKM Stadium with kick off at 7.45pm.
St Helens arrive into this one on the back of that famous Betfred Challenge Cup success at Wembley. However it has been over two week’s since we were last in competitive action after our last two Super League games were postponed due to a number of covid cases.
But Kristian Woolf, fresh from extending his Saints stay into 2022, will have his troops fit and ready to return to action – even if he was only able to name a 20 man squad.
It’s our first visit back to Hull FC’s newly named MKM Stadium since that famous Grand Final thriller last season which saw Jack Welsby win the Super League for Saints!
Hull have lost their last two Super League games. The first was a 40-26 away defeat to Huddersfield before they lost at home to Leeds Rhinos by 22 points to 12.
Saints have won their last ten meetings with Hull FC. Hull’s last victory against the Saints was an 8-6 Super 8s away win on 11 August, 2017. St Helens have also won on their last four visits to the MKM Stadium. Hull FC’s last home victory against the Saints was 24-14 on 10 March, 2017.
We will compete for the Steve Prescott Trophy with Saints ahead in the aggregate scores after a 34-16 victory over Hull FC in Round 8.
LAST TEN MEETINGS:
Hull FC 18, St Helens 33 (CCSF, 5/6/21)
St Helens 34, Hull FC 16 (SLR8, 28/5/21)
Hull FC 18, St Helens 32 (SLR3, 16/2/20)
Hull FC 6, St Helens 22 (SLR29, 13/9/19)
Hull FC 12, St Helens 40 (SLR21, 5/7/19)
St Helens 62, Hull FC 16 (SLR12, 22/4/19)
St Helens 38, Hull FC 12 (SLS8-R5, 14/9/18)
Hull FC 18, St Helens 34 (SLR21, 13/7/18)
St Helens 25, Hull FC 22 (CCQF, 3/6/18)
St Helens 26, Hull FC 12 (SLR10, 6/4/18)
Head over to Saints TV to hear from Kristian Woolf ahead of the game as well as Captain James Roby who reflects on the squad’s time in isolation before looking ahead to the challenge of Hull FC.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
James Child will be the referee and Chris Kendall has been appointed as the video referee.
Saints are the away team and will play in our alternative blue kit.
TICKETS, COACH TRAVEL AND KIOSKS
Saints fans can buy tickets for the game up until 9am on the morning of the game. Coach travel is priced at £15 for members and £17 for non members with the coach leaving the Totally Wicked Stadium at 3pm on Monday.
Click here for more information including how to buy.
Fans can also buy tickets on the night from Hull FC’s pitch side bar. This is cash only.
The stadium concourse is cashless so all refreshments would have to be purchased be card only.
WHERE CAN I WATCH THE GAME?
The game is LIVE on Sky Sports Arena from 7:30pm with kick off at 7:45pm.
Supporters can also follow the game on our official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts as well as on our Live Match Centre.
Reaction will follow the Full-Time whistle on our website and social media channels whilst the highlights and the full 80 minute replay will be on Saints TV on Monday for subscribers.
Wigan vs Leigh– 3pm
Leeds vs Warrington – 7.30pm – Sky Sports
Castleford vs Huddersfield – 7.45pm
Hull KR vs Catalans – 7.45pm
Wakefield vs Salford – Postponed
Castleford vs Salford – 3:30pm